Recharge your batteries and renew your energy at Carnegie Museum of Art’s Winter Wellness series! Move and meditate in our gorgeous spaces and start your New Year revitalized.
Choose your own adventure — participate in a little or a lot! Tickets include free admission to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, so you can explore once the event concludes. In addition to the scheduled activities, guests will have access to a DIY spa lounge with facial masks, lotion aromatherapy, and meditation cards.
Plus, enjoy samples from our sponsor Choolaah Indian BBQ, opening January 26 in East Liberty!
January’s Schedule of Events
9 AM: Yoga with Pittsburgh’s Amazing Yoga
10 AM: Tranquillo Music Spa
10 AM: Guided Collection Tours
11 AM: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Barre Fitness and Core Conditioning with Kristy Boyle
11:15 AM: Tranquillo Music Spa
12 PM: Ecstatic Dance with Tricia Chirumbole
12 PM: Guided Collection Tours
All participants must bring a mat and will be required to sign a waiver upon entrance. Water will be provided. This is an 18+ event.
About the Activities
Amazing Yoga, Pittsburgh’s original power yoga, offers dynamic classes focused on balanced movement with emphasis on both strength and gentleness.
Tranquillo Music Spa
Tranquillo Music Spa is a therapeutic and immersive concert experience designed to relieve stress by combining high-level musical performances with carefully selected spa amenities. Tranquillo uses an innovative, pop-up performance space that transforms any location instantly into a comfortable concert hall. Live classical music and soothing amenities are paired to create a full-sensory experience that leaves guests relaxed and refreshed after their visit.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Barre Fitness and Core Conditioning
Train like a Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre dancer to improve your strength, stamina and endurance for dance, a sport, or any type of active lifestyle. The class combines Pilates and ballet technique with strength training exercises to provide a well-rounded, total body workout. From standing Barre lower body work, to core work on the mat, the exercises are designed to improve posture, balance and alignment without increasing tension. Dance experience is not required and you do not have to be a professional dancer to experience the health benefits from this workout. All exercises are low impact and all fitness levels are welcome. Comfortable exercise apparel is recommended. Students may participate barefoot, in sticky socks or ballet slippers. Bring a mat and a water bottle.
Ecstatic Dance Pittsburgh
Ecstatic Dance is a free-form movement practice with the simple invitation to “move however you wish”. People of all ages, types, and sizes gather together and dance and move in silence, usually barefoot, in whatever way their spirit moves them. Sometimes together, often alone, respecting themselves and one another. Music is a core part of the ecstatic dance, with a mindfully created arc that carries the group through warming up, letting go, exploring and expressing, and into stillness.